Shiny Shelf
By Shiny Shelf on 29 June 2010 11 COMMENTS

So, ‘The Big Bang’ went off and there’s no more ‘Doctor Who’ until Christmas. Luckily, we’re here with a recommendation list of ten old ‘Who’ stories (well, not exactly ten, but we’ll get to that later) that are worth watching to help the next six months pass a bit quicker.

By Mark Clapham on 22 November 2007 Comments Off

‘Doctor Who’ has a long history with the BBC’s ‘Children in Need’ charity telethon…

By Jim Smith on 07 August 2007 Comments Off

Concorde was the great Anglo-French aviation project. It promised, nay delivered, supersonic travel for civilians and took its name from a word meaning ‘agreement’ (albeit with an unnecessary vowel appended to it to make it sound more French).

By Jim Smith on 26 November 2005 Comments Off

“In sixteen hundred and sixty six London burned like rotten sticks…”

By Mark Clapham on 14 February 2005 Comments Off

‘Earthshock’ is a rare example of ‘Doctor Who’ as action rollercoaster…

By Mark Clapham on 13 August 2003 Comments Off

Sometimes you can’t resist a clich? (regular readers of this site may suggest that we can never resist a clich?), so here goes: they really don’t make television like this any more…

By Jim Smith on 08 February 2003 Comments Off

Much anticipated by many, this adaptation of the first of Leslie Thomas’ ‘Dangerous Davies’ novels marked the return of Peter Davison to the lead of a mainstream TV drama after far too long an absence.

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